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Hilary Duff: ‘I’m such a hoop girl!’

Published 30/10/2016

Hilary Duff
Hilary Duff

Hilary Duff has updated her wardrobe with a load of dresses, after deciding she was over the “jeans and a sweater” look.

Hilary Duff’s motto is “the bigger, the better” when it comes to hoop earrings.

The 29-year-old actress is frequently seen sporting the big accessories, and believes they are the perfect addition to almost every ensemble.

And when it comes to choosing her hoops, Hilary has one rule she sticks to.

"I love big earrings. If I want to wear my hair in a low bun or back because I don't have time to do it, I put on earrings, and I feel a little more put together,” she told People magazine. “And I'm very much a hoop girl. All my friends are like, 'Here comes Hilary in her hoops!' It's just the bigger, the better.

Hilary’s style has changed somewhat since she became a mother to son Luca, now four. One of the major alterations to her look came about through lugging around a diaper bag when Luca was a tot, as the Younger actress explained: “I'm not into giant bags. I think I got over big ones when I was carrying around a diaper bag all the time. Now I'm more into a comfy cross-body bag—omigod (sic), I'm such a mom! I just don't carry that much stuff around anymore. I even like a clutch for daytime. It doesn't need to be sparkly, but it looks cute with a pair of jeans and a blazer."

Another thing that has changed in Hilary’s wardrobe is the amount of dresses she has. As a busy actress and mother, the blonde star is always dashing about and had become reliant on her jeans. But now she is determined to start swapping her denims for pretty dresses.

"I just decided that I want to start wearing more dresses. I've been doing skinny jeans and a sweater for a really long time, and it was time to switch it up,” she said. “Dresses are so comfortable, and they're easy to throw on. Plus they can be dressed down with flats or sandals."

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